Rose d’Or reveals nominees

UK hit Don't Tell the Bride (pictured) is one of the nominees in the factual entertainment category for the international awards ceremony, taking place during the upcoming Rose d'Or Festival in Lucerne, Switzerland.
February 28, 2012

(Pictured: Don’t Tell the Bride)

The Rose d’Or Festival has announced the nominees for its awards ceremony, with 36 programs from 12 countries in the running for a Rose d’Or Award.

The ceremony will take place on May 10, at the close of the festival, which runs from May 6-10 in Lucerne, Switzerland. The shortlisted programs were chosen from over 400 entries, from around the world.

Nominees in non-fiction/factual entertainment categories are as follows:


The Cube (Objective Productions for ITV/UK)

Still Standing (July August Productions, Armoza Formats for Channel 10/Israel)

The Million Pound Drop Live (Remarkable Television for Channel 4/UK)


Hurtigruten Minute by Minute (NRK Hordaland for NRK/Norway)

Plan B (7 y acción for Antena 3/Spain)

Storming Juno Interactive (Secret Location for History Television/Canada)


Born to Shine (ITV Studios for ITV1/UK)

Eurovision Song Contest 2011 (ARD/Brainpool TV GmbH for ARD/Germany)

For One Night Only (Les Productions Rivard for ARTV/Canada)


The Little Mermaid – A Ballet by John Neumeier (Bernhard Fleischer Moving Images GmbH / San Francisco Ballet Association / NDR/ARTE / WNET.ORG + THIRTEEN and NHK for NDR/ARTE/Austria)

Queen – Days of Our Lives (Globe Productions, Queen Productions for BBC/UK)

The Sound of Ole Bull (NRK Hordaland for NRK/Norway)


Connected (Koda Communications, Armoza Formats for HOT3/Israel)

Don’t Tell the Bride (Renegade Pictures for BBC/UK)

Go Back to Where You Came From (Cordell Jigsaw Productions Pty Ltd., Screen NSW for SBS Television/ Australia)


May the Best House Win (Shiver Productions, ITV Studios for ITV1/UK)

Property Brothers (Cineflix Productions for W Network/Canada)

The Great British Bake Off (Love Productions for BBC/UK)

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Barry Walsh is editor and content director for realscreen, and has served as editor of the publication since 2009. With a career in entertainment media that spans two decades, prior to realscreen, he held the associate editor post for now defunct sister publication Boards, which focused on the advertising and commercial production industries. Before Boards, he served as editor of Canadian Music Network, a weekly music industry trade, and as music editor for As content director, he also oversees the development of content for the brand's market-leading events, the Realscreen Summit and Realscreen West, as well as new content initiatives.